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by MN — September 1, 2015 at 12:59 pm 0

Hosted by VCE Master Gardeners. Enjoy samples from the garden and talk with Master Gardeners about growing vegetables in Northern Virginia―with a special emphasis on planting fall crops and over-wintering vegetables. (Park in the lot and walk past the Nature Center to the garden.)

by MN — September 1, 2015 at 12:59 pm 0

This series of indoor and outdoor programs, taught by Arlington Food Assistance Center volunteers and VCE Master Gardeners, is designed to teach gardening skills to a wide audience. Topics by date: Sept. 23, Inside Arlington Kitchens: Tasting Our Cultures; Sept. 30, Indoor Vegetable Gardening for Winter Months (Second Floor Meeting Room). No registration required. To confirm topic and room number, check the Arlington Library Events Calendar at http://library.arlingtonva.us or call the library at 703-228-5990.

by MN — September 1, 2015 at 12:59 pm 0

This series of indoor and outdoor programs, taught by Arlington Food Assistance Center volunteers and VCE Master Gardeners, is designed to teach gardening skills to a wide audience. Topics by date: Sept. 23, Inside Arlington Kitchens: Tasting Our Cultures; Sept. 30, Indoor Vegetable Gardening for Winter Months (Second Floor Meeting Room). No registration required. To confirm topic and room number, check the Arlington Library Events Calendar at http://library.arlingtonva.us or call the library at 703-228-5990.

by MN — September 1, 2015 at 12:59 pm 0

Sept. 2, 8,18, 23, and 30, 7 to 9 p.m., . This series of indoor and outdoor programs, taught by Arlington Food Assistance Center volunteers and VCE Master Gardeners, is designed to teach gardening skills to a wide audience. Topics by date: Sept. 2, Putting the Herb Garden to Bed for the Winter (Auditorium); Sept. 9, Cover Crops and Crop Rotations; Sept. 16, Extending the Season: Cold Frames, Row Covers, Etc. (Auditorium); Sept. 23, Inside Arlington Kitchens: Tasting Our Cultures; Sept. 30, Indoor Vegetable Gardening for Winter Months (Second Floor Meeting Room). No registration required. To confirm topic and room number, check the Arlington Library Events Calendar at http://library.arlingtonva.us or call the library at 703-228-5990.

by MN — September 1, 2015 at 12:59 pm 0

Sept. 2, 8,18, 23, and 30, 7 to 9 p.m., . This series of indoor and outdoor programs, taught by Arlington Food Assistance Center volunteers and VCE Master Gardeners, is designed to teach gardening skills to a wide audience. Topics by date: Sept. 2, Putting the Herb Garden to Bed for the Winter (Auditorium); Sept. 9, Cover Crops and Crop Rotations; Sept. 16, Extending the Season: Cold Frames, Row Covers, Etc. (Auditorium); Sept. 23, Inside Arlington Kitchens: Tasting Our Cultures; Sept. 30, Indoor Vegetable Gardening for Winter Months (Second Floor Meeting Room). No registration required. To confirm topic and room number, check the Arlington Library Events Calendar at http://library.arlingtonva.us or call the library at 703-228-5990.

by MN — September 1, 2015 at 12:59 pm 0

Sept. 2, 8,18, 23, and 30, 7 to 9 p.m., . This series of indoor and outdoor programs, taught by Arlington Food Assistance Center volunteers and VCE Master Gardeners, is designed to teach gardening skills to a wide audience. Topics by date: Sept. 2, Putting the Herb Garden to Bed for the Winter (Auditorium); Sept. 9, Cover Crops and Crop Rotations; Sept. 16, Extending the Season: Cold Frames, Row Covers, Etc. (Auditorium); Sept. 23, Inside Arlington Kitchens: Tasting Our Cultures; Sept. 30, Indoor Vegetable Gardening for Winter Months (Second Floor Meeting Room). No registration required. To confirm topic and room number, check the Arlington Library Events Calendar at http://library.arlingtonva.us or call the library at 703-228-5990.

by MN — September 1, 2015 at 12:59 pm 0

The Sidleys
Combining their many talents as singers, songwriters and multi-instrumentalists, The Sidleys are a family that is creating a rich musical tradition in the Washington DC area. Annie and Steve Sidley, along with their talented sons, Colin and Ian Sidley and drummer, Sam Marshall, perform their own eclectic style of melodic, soul-influenced indie rock and shine together onstage with powerful voices, memorable songs and outstanding musicianship. Their most recent release, the WAMA award winning “Bittersweet” has received universal acclaim from critics and audiences everywhere and you can find out more about The Sidleys and their music online at thesidleys.com

Caz Music
If you know Caz Gardiner you have probably heard her performing ska, soul, reggae, blues and rock over the years in various bands and projects. Caz now has her own band and she will be bringing you a mixture rock, soul and reggae music that’s sure to please! Come prepared to dance and sing along!

by MN — August 31, 2015 at 11:37 pm 0

Join us for a day filled with fun for everyone, including rides, bounces and games for the kids. Adults will love the White Elephant sale, raffles, silent auction with tons of local merchants and more, and beer garden. Live entertainment and variety of food. Free admission. Event is rain or shine, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. All proceeds go to Saint Ann School.

by MN — August 31, 2015 at 11:37 pm 0

Arlington County Civic Federation invites you to our Candidate Forum at the Virginia Hospital Hazel Auditorium Tuesday September 8th, 2015. Location is North George Mason and 16th, Arlington, Virginia. Event begins at 7:30pm.

We anticipate a full night of candidates, including:

Virginia Senate 30th district candidates Adam Ebbing and James “Ron” Fisher, 31st district Barbara Favola and George Forakis, Virginia House of Delegates 47th district candidates Patrick Hope and Janet Murphy as well as Arlington School Board candidates Reid Goldstein and Brooklyn Kinlay and Arlington County Board candidates Katie Cristol, Christian Dorsey, Audrey Clement and Michael McMenamin.

Arlington Independent Media (AIM) will be recording for our official record. For additional information, please contact Civic Federation President Stefanie Pryor at [email protected] or 571-263-6198.

We hope to see you in September.

Duke Banks
Community Relations Chair
Arlington County Civic Federation

by MN — August 31, 2015 at 9:55 am 0

Join us for a fun an interactive Scavenger Hunt, created for Singles. Go ahead, talk a little, even flirt a little with the excuse of a scavenger hunt!

Men and women will be teamed up to perform an actual scavenger hunt throughout Arlington. During the scavenger hunt, the participants will be swapped between couples to increase mingling and interaction with other singles of the opposite gender. The group size will depend on the total number of participants. It’s a fun night of socializing and stepping out of your comfort zone.

Upon completion of the Singles Scavenger Hunt, Thrill of the Hunt will collect the scorecards and match those with a mutual interest. Thrill of the Hunt will email each party for an informal email introduction. The rest is up to the lovebirds.

by MN — August 31, 2015 at 9:55 am 0

Do you like history, biking, and/or adventure? Are you trying to check off all the items on the Washingtonian’s bucket list of things to do in DC? Do you just need something fun and different to do on a Saturday in September?

Whatever the case, join us for a bike ride around the oldest federal monuments, the DC boundary stones. The whole ride (including bike back to Boundary Stone) is a metric century; each side is approximately 15 miles – join us for 1, 2, 3, or all 4!

Register now to make sure you get your t-shirt and swag bag! https://www.bikereg.com/bsride2015

Meet at Jones Point Park at 9am, wheels up 9:30am.

The ride will be sponsored by Boundary Stone DC = ride shirts and an awesome after-party at the bar with specials on DC Brau Brewing Company beers! This year, our new partner Phoenix Bikes will be on-hand at the ride start and rest stop(s) for bike safety and maintenance checks.

Mark your calendars, check the Facebook event for updates, spread the word (#BSride2015), and see you on the 19th!

by MN — August 31, 2015 at 9:55 am 0

Theme: Building Bridges

The Nauck Civic Association was founded in 1927. Join us for this 88th
year of celebrating our rich History and Heritage. Nauck was founded in
1844. This year we celebrate 171 years in Arlington by “Building Bridges”.

On September 19th from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Drew Model School and
Community Center, 3500 S. 23rd St., Arlington, VA 22206

Come out and join our citizens and local leaders to rekindle the compassion
and unity that has bought us to where we are today. Invited are Arlington
County Board members and other officials that can and will make a
difference in our community.

This year’s event is looking for sponsors, volunteers and participants as
vendors and exhibitors. We hope to offer a diversity of activities and
our famous fish fry, concession stands, moon bounces, historical community
exhibits, a health fair, staged events of gospel music, blues, jazz, hip
hop, dance, and much more.

You can participate by going to our website at www.ncaarlington.org

or calling (703) 486-0058 for additional information.

by MN — August 26, 2015 at 10:29 am 0

Come play fun fall games, meet your neighbors, bounce on inflatables, try hands-on arts, and enjoy the outdoors.

Sponsored by Arlington County Department of Parks & Recreation – For more information, call Emily Thrasher at 703-228-4773

Saturday, September 19th | 10am-1pm
Bluemont Park – 329 N. Manchester St., Arlington, VA
FREE to enter!

by MN — August 26, 2015 at 10:29 am 0

Okay… So this event is ready to go again for September 19th. The first one was canceled because of severe thunderstorms. And safety of everyone was involved. Let’s hope this time around mother nature cooperates with us.

We have a whole list of new people that want to join our cause to walk animals up for adoption. So joining Wilson Ramos and a few other surprises are some of the faces of the news community to include as follows.

Some will also be walking dogs of their own that have come as fosters.

Lauryn Ricketts– NBC 4 Meteorologist and WTOP Storm Desk

Anita Brikman V.P Communications for NHPCO in Alexandria and National Animal Awareness Advocate

Julie Anne Donaldson– Comcast Sportsnet MidAtlantic

Maureen Umeh- FOX 5 D.C Reporter/Anchor

Valeria Barriga- Telemundo Washington D.C Entertainment/ Weather Reporter

Autria Godfrey – WJLA 7 News Channel 8 Washington D.C

Hayley Milion- Reporter/Host- Monumental Sports and Entertainment

Surae Chinn- WUSA 9 Reporter/Anchor

Jamie Sullivan- Traffic Reporter WJLA 7/ News Channel 8

Kevin Shafer-106.7 and Fox 5 and News Channel 8 Sports Contributor

Kristen Berset- WUSA 9 Sports Reporter

Savannah Lane- Miss Virginia America 2015

Brittany Athey -Miss Virginia Unites States 2015- Founder Rescues Inc.

With music provided by DJ’s Yezmin and Pouria. Local celebrity DJ’s from Washington DC area nightclubs. Spinning the best in Top 40, and other popular Mash-Ups.

Subscribe to Mad Rose Tavern page to get notifications of event details as they become available.

Sponsorship and volunteer opportunities are available. Feel free to email us at info at www.madrosetavern.com

Bottle service tables will be available with RSVP and other requirements.

by MN — August 26, 2015 at 10:29 am 0

ALL YOU CAN EAT CRAB LEGS. EVERY WEDNESDAY!!!

ONLY $25.99!!!

Be sure to also take advantage of our Happy Hour Specials too! The BEST in #ClarendonVA #ArlingtonVA

Domestic Bottles, Rail Drinks, House Wines, Sangrias, Fireball, Jameson, Mojitos, and House Margaritas all on special during our Happy Hour!

Crabs start being served at 5pm and continue to multiply until 9pm. There is NO “TO GO BOXES” for Crabs.

What is Mad Rose Tavern? Check this video out.

Be sure to always RSVP by visiting http://www.opentable.com/mad-rose-tavern or simply calling 703.600.0500

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